2010 MTNA Conference Blog Index

And that concludes the 2010 MTNA Conference! There are a lot of sessions to navigate through, so I thought it would be helpful to put together this handy index so that you can see them all at a glance and quickly get to specific topics. I hope you all have enjoyed attending the conference virtually!

Opening Session – Welcome and An Evening of Chopin

Morning – Hot air balloon excursion in Albuquerque, Hot Air Balloon Capital of the World!
Early Afternoon – Exhibit Hall and Kjos Exhibitor Showcase
Late Afternoon – Develop Active Listeners through a Dynamic Series of Group Piano Activities by Cindy Tseng
Later Afternoon – Group Piano Games by Erin K. Bennett, NCTM
Dinner – Division dinner at Tucanos Brazilian Grill
Night – American Pianists Association Recital

Early Morning – Exhibitor Showcase FJH Succeeding at the Piano by Dr. Helen Marlais
Mid-Morning – Not Only Fur Elise: Gorgeous Unknown Compositions by Well-Known Composers by Dr. Peter Mack, NCTM
Late Morning – Sight Reading Strategies for the Beginning and Intermediate Student by Dr. Pamela D. Pike
Early Afternoon – Alfred Exhibitor Showcase Piano for Busy Teens by Melody Bober and Gayle Kowalchyk
Mid-Afternoon – Efficient Learning and Memorizing when Practicing to Perform by Barbara Fast, NCTM
Late Afternoon – Independent Music Teacher Forum and Survey Results
Early Evening – Exhibit Hall wanderings
Dinner – Get-together with virtual friends!

Early Morning – Exhibitor Showcase The Frederick Harris Music Co.: Inspiring Creativity at the Piano with Pattern Play – A Look at the Complete Series by Ray and Akiko Kinney
Mid-Morning – Creating Learning Communities for Young Students by Stella Sick and Kristin Shoemaker
Late Morning #1 – Let’s Play Chamber Music! A Guide for Young Pianists by Carolyn Bridger
Late Morning #2 – Free Piano Teaching Resources Online! by Michelle Gordon, NCTM
Noon – Poster Session and More Exhibits
Early Afternoon – Exhibitor Showcase Alfred Publications: Exploring Piano Classics by Nancy Bachus
Mid-Afternoon – Everything You (and your students) Should Know About Pianos by Clarence Zeches
Late Afternoon – ConferenceXP: A Versatile Video Conferencing Tool for the Performing Arts by Jose Feghali
Early Evening – Reception for Nationally Certified Teachers of Music
Late Evening – 19th-Century Salon Recital of the Works of Frederic Chopin

Early Morning – Total Body Integration for Pianists by Paola Savvidou
Mid-Morning – How Did They Teach? Ideas from the Past about Keyboard Instruction by Sandra Soderlund

Share and enjoy!

Share '2010 MTNA Conference Blog Index' on Facebook Share '2010 MTNA Conference Blog Index' on LinkedIn Share '2010 MTNA Conference Blog Index' on Twitter Share '2010 MTNA Conference Blog Index' on Email Pin It

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *